Posts Tagged "national wildlife refuge"

Arctic Refuge Protected, Again!

The U.S. District Court rules that oil and gas exploration is not allowed on the Coastal Plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. The court’s decision shuts down the most recent attempt by the State of Alaska to open the Coastal Plain to damaging oil and gas activities.


Arctic Refuge Welcomes Trustees for Alaska

In June 2015 several Trustees for Alaska board members and donors traveled to the Aichilik River Valley in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.


President Obama Recommends Wilderness for the Arctic Refuge

President Obama announced in late January his plans to recommend Wilderness for 12.28 million acres of Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, including the…

Court Dismisses Majority of Lawsuit Threatening Wilderness

In an important ruling, the Federal Court dismissed most of King Cove and the State of Alaska’s claims against the Secretary of…

Izembek Road Decision Challenged, Trustees Intervenes

In December 2013 Interior Secretary Sally Jewell reiterated the Department of Interior’s commitment to protect the designated Wilderness of the Izembek National…

Trustees Works to Protect the Coastal Plain of the Arctic Refuge

Trustees for Alaska is going to court once again to protect the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and its Coastal Plain. This time,…